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From <ku...@inwind.it>
Subject servlet doing dispatcher service
Date Tue, 15 Apr 2003 07:09:12 GMT
In my previous mail (here below), I forgot to change the Subject of my
email, sorry :)
Anyway, my quesiton is still here below.

-----Messaggio Originale-----
Da: <kurtc@inwind.it>
A: "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Data invio: lunedì 14 aprile 2003 2.57
Oggetto: Re: Standalone Tomcat/Multiple SSL Certs


> Hello,
> i have a site composed of 4 html files and a servlet.
> I would like that to access a servlet i would reach this address:
>
> www.host.ext
>
> and to access the HTML files i have to digit those address below:
>
> www.host.ext/first.html
> www.host.ext/second.html
> ...
> www.host.ext/fourth.html
>
> Since i cannot achieve this result using the web.xml and server.xml,  Im
> planning to write a simple Servlet, mapped onto the /* URL path, to map a
> request to the appropriate servlet/html resource. For example i want that
> accessing the URL www.host.ext/AnyText/AnyText i would be always be served
> by the servlet. Accessing
> the URL  www.host.ext/first.html i would be served by Coyote returning
just
> the html file,  and so on.
> I know that i have to use RequestDispatcher and forward() method, but i
> would like to read more info about than the Javadocs.
>
> Any servlet example already written and available to be read on any site?
>
> Thanks
> luca
>
>
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